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Mayer, Annika (author)
The objective of this paper is to examine the relationship between city branding and gentrification, in order to critically evaluate the city branding ambitions integrated into cities’ policies worldwide. A case study of Rotterdam's central neighbourhood, Katendrecht, is used to investigate this relationship through a historical analysis of the...
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Mathers, Isabel (author)
This thesis explores the relationship between the creation of escapism in Disneyland’s theme parks and Bill Bensley’s Capella Ubud and JW Marriot Phu Quoc hotels. Hotels are frequently the first place experienced upon arrival in an unfamiliar setting, and due to the transportive, experiential quality of their architecture, they can greatly...
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Song, Sijie (author)
Suzhou, with a unique urban fabric regarding the water-land relation, has been famous as a ‘water city’ in China for centuries. The intertwining of the canal and street systems creates waterfront spaces, which involve waterways, streets and buildings at the same time, forming the typical image of Suzhou. Additionally, throughout history, Suzhou...
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Koes, Eline (author)
This thesis examines the evolution of societal views towards older adults and their housing in the Netherlands, and how these views have shaped policies and housing typologies. The study analyses four time periods and explores the societal, economic, and political factors that have influenced the provision of housing for older adults. In this...
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Cheng, Xiao (author)
focus on a type of heritage residential building from China called the Quadrangle Courtyard, and examine the challenges and opportunities involved in preserving and adapting these buildings to meet the needs of contemporary urban transformation as the Reform and Opening-up(1978-date) in China.
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Englmann, Elena (author)
Sep Ruf (1908-1982) was one of the most significant architects of German post-war modernism and played a key role in the rebuilding of several cities after World War II, particularly Munich. Along with other German modernist architects and supporters of the New Building movement, Ruf sought to initiate an intellectual renewal of architecture as...
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Boele, Johan (author)
This thesis examines the historic value of breakbulk warehouses for Rotterdam. It focuses on a warehouse in Merwehaven, a disused port area in Rotterdam. By showing the history of Rotterdam warehouses, redevelopments executed, and demolished warehouses a deeper understanding of warehouses for Rotterdam is given. Giving the historical context and...
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Zhang, Yang (author)
This thesis takes the ancient Chinese village of Hongcun as the main object of study, focusing on the specific functions and modes of operation of the water treatment system in Hongcun as well as the cultural and social context behind it. And the role of different water treatment methods used in Hongcun is analysed in terms of both sustainable...
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de Groot, Marijke (author)
It was thought that because of the rise of the digital age, public libraries would eventually go extinct. However, research shows that nothing could be further from the truth. Visitor numbers are rising each year and new libraries are opened. There has been a change in the typology of public libraries that ensures the important role the library...
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Neoh Ke Ling, Ke Ling (author)
Penang was once an important port along the Straits of Melaka, connecting the Indian and Pacific Oceans, serving as a major stop point for ships sailing between Asia, Europe and the Middle East. In the 19th century, the British colonial authorities decided to undertake a massive land reclamation project to expand harbour and trade activities,...
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Heider, Vanessa (author)
By 2050, in less than 30 years, 300 million people will become climate refugees due to the rising sea level and coastal flooding (Lewis, 2019). Inhabitants of megacities such as New York, Mumbai or Shanghai will face enormous changes within their environment. The rising sea levels, hurricanes, and floods will transform life in coastal cities and...
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CHEN, Liuying (author)
Waterfront cultural heritage has unique historical, scientific, social and aesthetic values that can provide an excellent platform and starting point for urban design. The Cockatoo Island has significant differences in these values, which make it complex and contradictory in the subsequent tourism-oriented transformation, and even create a...
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Waszkiewicz, Mikolaj (author)
Life before the introduction of the Czorsztyn Dam was simple and idyllic, a bustling small village community who’s local residents have resided for many generations. This took a dramatic shift in year of 1975 when construction finally began that would cause the displacement of thousands of families, the Czorsztyn lake in southern Poland is a...
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Amanda Hwa De Ai, Amanda (author)
This thesis examines the impact of colonialism on the urban development of Kuching, a city in Sarawak, Malaysia. Many port cities in the greater Southeast Asia region were born from their strategic location along the trade route between India and China, which attracted Western powers to establish control over these coastal entrepots and their...
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Dormann, Jan (author)
Research focussed on the events and transformation Emmerich, Germany, and its built environment have gone through during and since World War 2. Reporting on the events and its development through the means of contemporary records and the accounts of witness of the time.
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Graaf, Mattia (author)
Contested heritage has become a topic of significant importance in recent years, particularly in preserving historical monuments. This thesis examines the challenges of contested heritage through the case study of the Basilica of Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, a religious monument recently recognised as a historical building despite its...
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Go, Yi (author)
In 2022, the Outline Zoning Plan S/K15/27 was approved by the Hong Kong Government, confirming the demolition of Cha Kwo Ling Village (hereinafter: CKL Village) for high-density residential development. The fate of CKL Village and the responses it instigated raises how various stakeholders value the same space differently, but lack a...
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Brouwer, Liselotte (author)
Urban planning for a society that finds itself in a perpetual state of evolution is complicated. The processes from design to construction can take a long time. As we cannot predict the future, flexibility is needed in the visions and strategies that are developed. But do all flexible visions and strategies survive the passing of time?<br/>This...
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Ivanova, Daria (author)
“Difficult heritage” often becomes a crucial point of current political and public debate in countries with totalitarian past (Vyazemtseva, 2020). This term refers mainly to architectural and sculptural monuments that were erected during the rule of totalitarian regimes, and it was first used relatively recently, in 2008 (Macdonald, 2008). At...
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Hogenkamp, Laura (author)
This study aims to determine to what extent collective trauma played a role in the development of the new urban plan of Roombeek and how this affected the district in the last 20 years. What were the consequences of these decisions for the residents of Roombeek? <br/><br/>To answer the research question, theoretical research is conducted about...
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